Incline students with straight A’s can ski for free at Diamond Peak
January 27, 2016
Diamond Peak Ski Resort and the Incline Village General Improvement District will again reward Incline Village students for academic success with the 2016 Stellar Students Ski Free Program.
Students enrolled through grade 12 in Incline Village schools, including Lake Tahoe School, can receive a free 2015-16 Diamond Peak season pass in exchange for their January 2016 report card with straight A's.
The offer also extends to children with an IVGID Picture Pass who attend schools outside Incline Village.
To claim the free season pass, students simply present the original straight A's report card from the first semester, ending January 2016, at Diamond Peak's Guest Services.
Students must redeem this offer by the end of February 2016. Students who have already purchased season passes will receive a full refund.
Incline Elementary students in Kindergarten through second-grade who use a different grading system must receive an S+ in all their Core Subjects.
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Lake Tahoe School also uses a different grading system for Kindergarten through third grade, and staff is compiling a list of students who qualify from the second trimester, ending January 2016. This list will be available at the LTS office and Guest Services by the end of the week.
Diamond Peak's Stellar Students Program is designed to recognize the importance of academic success and reward the hard work and dedication of students in the local community.
In addition, IVGID hopes to encourage students to apply that dedication outside of the classroom to achieve similar goals on the mountain and elsewhere.
This article was submitted by the Incline Village General Improvement District. Visit DiamondPeak.com or ivgid.org to learn more.
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